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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Pls do not buy.. Product faulty and does not work.. One person found this helpful. The first time I saw this product, I was pretty impressed.
I am a business traveller and half the year I am at the client side, and at hotels and transits. I felt this was a very good gadget to have to do multi-tasking on my Lenovo laptop. My wife realized it and gifted this to me But the 1st thought after looking at the product was - it's too small.
So it looks really odd when I am at office at my desk. Although, it was still useful when I was travelling, and that - portability - was the main feature of it. BUT - this screen stopped working after 1 month of use when I was abroad, I tried re-installing DisplayLink driver and tried it with other laptops also. IT did not help. But it does not understand the Machine Type that is given on the screen's label.
They gave me some numbers of some service centres. THey told me the same thing, that they dont give service for only monitor. The guy at the other end took ages to respond to my messages.
The chat went on for 1. He didnt understand again, that I have a USB monitor. He asked me to start my laptop in safe mode, he didnt realise that USB ports wont work in safe mode. But anyways, he took a request for replacement. The replacement came after 3 weeks. So I denied the replacement and asked them to give me the same model, or a model which is similar in price.
So I asked chat support to log a new request and send me the smaller VGA monitor, at least something better than nothing. But he said he cannot log the replacement reuqest this time!! He gave me some address of service centre and asked me to visit it for service support.
I first called them up and asked them if I can come with my USB monitor, and they said yes. When I reached there, the repres. He tried to open it but did not know how to do it.
So he asked me - please open it. Then he told me that they do not give service for accessories!! So I have to conact Think Support Centre. But then, Think Support Centre does not work on weekends! At this point, it was so painful that I wanted to break the monitor there on his desk and give it to him.
But then, it was a gift so I decided not to I got a replacement monitor of the same type on last Monday - I don't know on which service request number this was sent! But this new item is faulty, it shows yellow lines along with my window which is put on that screen.
Also - the delivery guy did not take the old monitor so now I have 2 of them and both are faulty! See all 3 reviews. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. I did have some issues with the screen quality and the viewing angle with Toshiba, and Thinkvision LT addressed these issues.
Compared to Toshiba, LT has much more crisp screen and quite a bit brighter. The viewing angle is also much better and the screen is less grainy.
I also like the fact that LT comes with a kickstand, unlike the bulky case I had to use in order to keep it standing for Toshiba. LT is also smaller and lighter although it has the same screen size as Toshiba. The only gripe I have with LT is that it doesn't have the power button it does have better brightness control though so I have to detach the USB cord from computer in order to power off. It's annoying but not a show stopper as I use it with laptop, and there's no need to keep the monitor attached to the laptop unless I need to use it.
Overall, Toshiba LCD was still a very nice product, but Lenovo just came out with a better one a year later and I am glad I switched it. I bought the LT in Feb and have used in almost continuously since then. I use it at my desk as an extra monitor, and at the conference table when meeting with clients. I travel extensively, by car and by air, and always take it with me.. It is thin and lightweight and fits easily into both a laptop briefcase and now a backpack e-bag.
Mostly I display spreadsheets, PDFs, and images from proprietary software. The image is more than satisfactory. I haven't used it for photos or other things needing high resolution so have no experience.
Until last week, it has fulfilled its purpose, which is to be a portable monitor. Recently the mini-USB connection to the monitor became loose and wobbly from use. I had to jigger the connection to get an image, It finally all but stopped so it's time for a new one. The cover is tight and cracked in a couple corners not long after I purhased it. I taped it with clear packing tape and the cracks never lengthened so it's still usable.
But it would work even without the cover. I wold purchase another in a heartbeat if I could find a new one. I'm leery of used equipment. The Lenovo ThinkVision LT is a fantastically sleek and simple option for the mobile professional or student who wants the convenience and benefits of a second monitor.
Setup is a breeze with Windows 7: As has been mentioned in other reviews, this is NOT a multimedia monitor due mainly to the limitations of the data rates that USB 2. It is, on the other hand, a nice tool to have for working with multiple documents or web pages and for working in groups. The viewing angle and the color reproduction are more than acceptable for a USB-powered monitor and the brightness is surprisingly excellent a good excuse to wear your sunglasses at night, if you're so inclined.
When purchased with the proper expectations ie. My previous statements concerning this device's suitability as a multimedia monitor are inaccurate. They were based upon using this device with a modestly designed dual-core laptop setup.
I have now also tested it with my quad-core desktop rig and the results are quite different. Streaming Netflix Apocalypto, specifically yielded a fine picture with little artifacting and no sound sync issues. Therefore, I would amend my previous review and say that the multimedia capabilities of the Lenovo are more a function of the overall processing power of your CPU rather the limitations of the USB-interface. I love this thing for portable multitasking!
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Lenovo Thinkvision Monitor Driver
The Lenovo ThinkVision monitor provides extra screen space in a slim, portable, and simple-to-set-up package. PC Data Center Mobile: The Lenovo ThinkVision LT portable inch monitor is a great travel companion for users requiring more screen real estate while. To install the monitor driver, insert the. Reference and Driver CD, click. Install driver, and follow the on-screen instructions. Thanks to wide viewing angles, light weight, and great performance over a single USB connection the Lenovo ThinkVision LT is the best portable monitor.
Monday, September 12th The LTp features a native resolution of x pixels, a A built-in USB hub, and a more flexible stand that allows tilting, swiveling and lifting adjustments, makes for the rest of this screen. Price seems high for an IPS, to me, would like to see a review of it though for sure. If you are going "pro" then y, y, y and y are the only feasible sensible reasonable rational responsible way to make progress. But the prices are good if you want a "budget" IPS. Meh, they just remind me of some of the older Iiyama Prolite series screens. If you are going "pro" then y, y, y and y are the only feasible sensible way to make progress. Eeeexcept that 's are on their way out big time. And IPS monitors have gone down so much so the basic ones can hardly be called "pro" anymore.